13-24, 13 24 Loader Grader Tire Chains set of 2
- Bullet Point 1:
- Tire Chains for plows, graders and loaders
- Bullet Point 2:
- Heavy duty twist link cross chain
- Bullet Point 3:
- Two-link spacing, V-Boron, and Boron available upon request
- Bullet Point 4:
- 3/8 Cross Chain, 5/16 Side Chain Rockwell 56 Case Hardened
- Bullet Point 5:
- Zinc Plated, Sold per pair.
- Bullet Point 8:
- IMPORTANT: Tire Chains are designed to fit various tire brands and tread patterns. Adjustments/Alterations are normal and expected.
- Heavy Duty
- Ladder Style:
- 4 - Link Spacing
- Surface Recommendation:
- Ladder 4 Link Tire Chains
- Tire Width:
- Rim Size:
- Traction Pattern:
- Grip Slip - Wider Spaced Cross Chains
- Bulk Pricing:
- Buy in bulk and get up to 7.5% off!
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Heavy-duty grader and loader tire chains are specialized chains designed to withstand the demanding conditions encountered in construction, mining, and agricultural operations. These tire chains are built with extra durability, strength, and traction features to provide optimal performance in challenging terrains. Here are some key characteristics of heavy-duty grader and loader tire chains:
- Material: Heavy-duty tire chains are typically made of high-quality steel, which offers excellent strength and resistance to wear and tear. The chains are often constructed using hardened steel alloy or manganese alloy to enhance durability and longevity.
- Link Design: The links of heavy-duty chains are usually larger and thicker compared to standard tire chains. This design allows for better traction and grip on rough surfaces, such as gravel, rocks, or icy terrain. The links may have square or twisted shapes to maximize surface contact with the ground.
- Reinforced Cross Chains: The cross chains on heavy-duty grader and loader chains are reinforced to withstand heavy loads and resist breakage. These chains are often made with thicker gauge wire or additional welds to increase their strength and durability.
- V-Bar or Studs: Some heavy-duty chains feature V-bars or studs attached to the cross chains. These V-bars or studs are designed to provide even greater traction on icy or packed snow surfaces. They penetrate the surface and provide additional grip, making them particularly useful in extreme winter conditions.
- Tightening Mechanisms: Heavy-duty chains may include robust tensioning systems to ensure a secure fit and prevent slippage during operation. Tensioning devices such as tensioners or ratchet binders are commonly used to tighten the chains and keep them in place.
When selecting heavy-duty grader and loader tire chains, it's essential to consider factors such as tire size compatibility, the severity of the terrain, and specific application requirements. Proper installation, regular maintenance, and adherence to safety guidelines are crucial for maximizing the performance and longevity of these chains.